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    Cat Rapes Dog
    "Life Is Sweet"

    Described by Sweden's national tabloid Expressen as "a perfect union of Front 242 and the B-52's," electronic punk group Cat Rapes Dog is back with their first album since 1999. The new album, dubbed Life Was Sweet, is the seventh Cat Rapes Dog studio release and first on label Artoffact. The band gets right to the point and stays true to their punk rock roots, rarely pausing and skipping all filler. The album clocks in at a "fits on vinyl" 35 minutes, but in this short space Cat Rapes Dog will tell you to go out and vote, give you a lesson in religion, and baffle you with a sense of humour all their own. Manic electronic synth lines meet over the top male and female vocals on nine tracks of pure DIY weird.
    A perfect union of Front 242 and The B-52's.
    —Expressen
    They remind me a great deal of Rob Zombie; same rhythmic constructions, same lust for dance.
    —Close-Up
    Cat Rapes Dog has shouldered the electrorock mantel dropped by Marilyn Manson and Ministry.
    —Zero Magazine

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